Milan–Sanremo, the Tour of Flanders, Paris–Roubaix, Liège–Bastogne–Liège and the Tour of Lombardy. 5 monuments in one book.
The End of the Road is the first English-language book to provide in-depth analysis and a colourful evocation of the tumultuous events during the 1998 Tour. Alasdair Fotheringham uncovers, step by step, how the world's biggest bike race sank into a nightmarish series of scandals that left the sport on its knees. He explores its long-term consequences – and what, if any, lessons were learned.
Party with the icons of the sport Laurent, Bernard, Gino, Bradley, Fausto, Tom, Eddy, Richard, Marco, Sean, Jacques, Greg, Raymond, Miguel, before showing them your true colours
The Secret Race is the book that rocked the world of professional cycling—and exposed, at long last, the doping culture surrounding the sport and its most iconic rider, Lance Armstrong. Former Olympic gold medalist Tyler Hamilton was once one of the world’s top-ranked cyclists—and a member of Lance Armstrong’s inner circle.
Ride the Revolution represents the best new writing on cycling from women involved in the sport at all levels as fans, key personnel, riders, photographers, journalists and presenters.
To many, the racing bicycle is a cult object, a vehicle of dreams, a marvel of engineering and aesthetic.
Drawn from one of the world's finest collections of cycling artifacts, Goggles & Dust presents more than 100 rarely seen photographs from bicycle racing's heyday. Lovingly restored and accurately curated, the images inside celebrate the grit and determination of the pioneers who established the records, traditions, and distinct flavors of Europe's most hallowed races.
The definitive account of the life of Britain's greatest cyclist by Britain's greatest cycling writer. The book the cycling world has been waiting for. A definitive account of the life of Britain’s greatest cyclist - Tom Simpson. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Discover how the modern bike has evolved into the beautiful machine of today, with the world's leading designer.
Part memoir, part detective story, this is a fascinating account of how Irish sports journalist David Walsh spent 13 years attempting to expose the truth about now-disgraced cyclist Armstrong's doping... A gripping tale of one man's determination.
Froome, Wiggins, Merckx, LeMond - we know the winners but what about the men who finish last?
The greatest cyclist and one of the greatest athletes who has ever lived, Eddy Merckx has amassed an astounding 525 victories. His merciless domination of the sport ruined careers and revolutionised cycling. in this gripping and definitive biography, Daniel Friebe unravels the truth behing the Merckx enigma, revealing that his insatiable desire to win hid a terrible fear of losing.